How NOT to be your worse enemy & do what you love!

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You never know who you are going to run into, especially when you start talking to your Uber driver. We were talking about how long have I been using the service, where I am from, why I moved to Arizona. Then he says that he is a social media specialist with a podcast and such. I tell him that I do the same thing for an organization.

He asked if I was doing any social for myself. I told them I get on a roll then I stop because I lose the feeling and I don’t think that anyone wants to hear what I have to say. He said that I definitely should keep up my work and some other things like:

  1. There’s always someone that wants to hear what you have to say. As long as you are delivering valuable content, they will absorb your content and keep coming back for more.
  2. Make sure that you know who your audience or get to know them. Ask where they are from and what they want to know from you. What is it that you might think are everyday answers that you might have the answers too.
  3. You aren’t going to be an expert overnight and no one should expect you to be.
  4. Be real — no one likes canned answers and they definitely want to make sure that you’re human.

I just wanted to put these down in a blog and share them with you. It’s an amazing journey that I am on and I just need to keep sharing the things that I learn with you. I am sure that many of you are going through the same thing and trying to figure things out in the world of digital marketing, social media marketing and so much more!

I would like to know if there’s anything that you would like to learn more about or hear my opinion about. At this point, I need to get out of my comfort zone and let you know what I know and watch you learn from me as well as teach me new things — and of course, believe in myself… just a little more.

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